Cloud-based collaboration solutions with SharePoint
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 30th, 2011
Hosted email services are the oldest form of online applications or Solution as a Service (SaaS). Today, a lot more than email management is possible on the cloud with companies developing custom cloud-based collaboration software for individual projects and more complex requirements. With the headache of server procurement, configuration, management, application installations and optimization off-loaded to the hosting … Continue reading “Cloud-based collaboration solutions with SharePoint”
Posted by:Monica Samuel August 25th, 2011
2011 has truly been the year of tablets. Apple’s second gen iPad 2, RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 and host of other Android tablets have come out to take over 20% of the tablet market that was hitherto all Apple’s. The growth in tablets is not only making the industry highly competitive but also putting pressure … Continue reading “Are tablets replacing PCs?”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 23rd, 2011
In the world of information technology, ‘cloud’ is not just a mass of gas and water that brings us rain. It is also not just the Internet. It is an element of limitless scope, the solution to an organization’s storage limits, the means to a lean infrastructure, an economical and immediate way to scale up, a way to avoid vendor … Continue reading “Java and Cloud Computing”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal August 18th, 2011
Business Intelligence (BI) is what drives top level decisions in businesses. That is why enterprises have been investing in BI software since many years. The need for effective and accurate BI tools has become even more vital in the economic downturn with businesses trying to make the most of limited resources, cutting corners wherever possible without hurting productivity, and looking … Continue reading “.NET in Business Intelligence”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 17th, 2011
Smartphones have become an integral part of not just our personal lives but also ourprofessional space. Earlier, RIM’s BlackBerry phones were the first choice of corporate employees as they were built for corporate task handling. Today, it’s the iPhone for those who love an enterprise friendly smartphone with cool media capabilities. What does the iPhone offer corporate workers? Apple has included … Continue reading “Why corporations love the iPhone?”
Posted by:Monica Samuel August 12th, 2011
Programming languages have evolved at an amazing pace over the past decades, even as some of the earliest languages continue to be part of modern applications. Take FORTRAN for example. Created in 1957 for complex mathematical and statistical calculations, the language is still used in aerospace, government, automotive industry, and research institutes. The history of computer languages shows the large … Continue reading “Top Programming Languages for 2011 – Java, C#, Objective-C”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 9th, 2011
.NET was built for cross-language compatibility – for .NET components to interact with each other irrespective of the language they are written in. The .NET framework includes a common base class library (an object oriented collection of reusable types) that multiple languages can access and a common language runtime that works similar to a VM. With … Continue reading “.NET and the Enterprise Space”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 2nd, 2011
Apple’s latest OS version iOS 5 is expected to arrive on Apple devices including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch very soon. The operating system was unveiled at WWDC 2011 back in June, along with the phenomenal iCloud service. iOS 5 has some exciting new features that will greatly enhance the user experience of home and enterprise customers. And … Continue reading “iOS 5 Brings New Features for Users and Developers”

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